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UA prof. nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

James Anaya, a University of Arizona law professor, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work as United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Anaya, who has served in that post since 2008, is known for his work protecting the rights of native peoples around the world.... Read more»1

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Wildcat Ponce gets look from Mexican nat'l team

Arizona Wildcat senior Jazmin Ponce is packing her bags for a trip to China to join the Mexican national team as they prepare for the Yongchuan Cup in that country. “My dream is finally coming true,” said Ponce.... Read more»

Obamacare a mixed Rx for Tucson hospitals

Although Arizona’s largest academic medical network could see emergency room relief with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, the law could also lead to hospital staff reductions and more stress on the state’s primary care doctors.... Read more»

Shelton resigns from Fiesta Bowl, will run Tucson science foundation

Robert Shelton, a former UA president, resigned from the Fiesta Bowl and will return to Tucson to run the Research Corporation for Science Advancement. The bowl announced the move in a press release Tuesday morning.... Read more»

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Buckmaster: Arizona's 2014 economic forecast

Dr. George Hammond of the UA Eller College of Management joined Bill and financial planner Shelly Fishman in a discussion of 2014’s financial outlook. Also, we talk about year-end giving with Barbara Brown of the Community Foundation for Southern Az. Plus, a 2014 housing forecast from real estate expert Raj Kohli.... Read more»

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Buckmaster: Will 2014 be the year for real immigration reform?

An interview with Bishop Gerald Kicanas of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson. Also, we talk Wildcat football and basketball with Anthony Gimino, sports contributor for the Buckmaster Show and TucsonCitizen.com.... Read more»

Water work to close Park Ave. for 2 weeks

A stretch of North Park Avenue near the University of Arizona will be closed for two weeks as crews replace a water main and install service for a student housing project. Park will be closed between Speedway and 2nd Street from Dec. 23 through Jan. 10.... Read more»

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Buckmaster: Focusing on gratitude during the holidays

An interview iwth Dr. Victoria Maizes, executive director of the Center for Integrative Medicine. Then, financial planner Shelly Fishman, an update from Richard White of the American Red Cross in Tucson, and the every-other Tuesday Arts Report.... Read more»

Az among best in nation, by being among the least for college debt

Students in four-year colleges in Arizona graduated with some of the lowest college debt in the nation in 2012, according to a new report.... Read more»

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Buckmaster: Are dietary supplements safe?

Interviews with Victoria Maizes, of the UA Center for Integrative Medicine. Then, we talked with Tucson City Councilman Paul Cunningham. Plus, our UA College of Science “Superstars of Science” series features Dr. Peter Troch, science director of Biosphere 2.... Read more»

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J.C. Scott: Az basketball lands 5-star recruit Stanley Johnson

Interviews with civic leader Pat Darcy, Tucson Hispanic Chamber CEO Lea Marquez Peterson, Tucsoncitizen.com sportswriter Anthony Gimino, Inside Tucson Business Editor Mark B. Evans, and state Sen. Linda Lopez.... Read more»

Wildcat soccer exorcises Sun Devils

The Arizona Wildcats ended their season in grand style by beating their most bitter rivals, ASU, by a score of 2-0 on Thursday afternoon. It was the first time they have beaten the Sun Devils since 2009, and the win likely knocked the Sun Devils out of postseason contention. UA still has an outside shot at postseason play.... Read more»

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Arizona finishes 2013 season vs. ASU on Thursday

When fans think of the sports rivalry between the University of Arizona and Arizona State University, most think of football or basketball, or possibly baseball. First-year soccer coach Tony Amato says that the pressure to win against the little school up north is the same in other sports as well.... Read more»

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Wildcats buffalo Colorado in near-flawless game

The University of Arizona soccer team scored a commanding 3 – 0 win over the Colorado Buffaloes on Sunday afternoon in what coach Tony Amato called the “best performance of the season.”... Read more»

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Wildcat soccer falls to Utes in OT

A noble 90-minute defensive effort was unrewarded as the University of Arizona Wildcats succumbed to a 102nd-minute goal by the Utah Utes on Friday.... Read more»

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